Missouri NAP Credits
Neighborhood Assistance Program Tax Credits (NAP)
The Northland Early Education Center (NEEC) has Neighborhood Assistance Program tax credits available for eligible donors. By donating to NEEC’s Early Intervention Services program (EIS), the donor will receive a Missouri tax credit for 50% of the donation.
Donations made for tax credits will have a tremendous impact on NEEC’s EIS program, which provides children who have special needs, age’s birth to five with quality early education and essential therapy services needed in order for them to be mainstreamed into typical kindergarten classrooms with the foundation for future learning and success. Donations in exchange for Missouri NAP credits make it possible for children who have special needs, age’s birth to five, to receive physical and occupational therapies, speech and language pathology and special instruction directly in the classroom, in the fully equipped therapy gym and throughout the Kansas City Northland.
How NAP Helps You
The financial benefit to eligible donors is a 50% Missouri tax credit in addition to a federal charitable tax deduction for qualified donations. The philanthropic benefit is the knowledge that your NAP tax donation will impact the lives of children who have special needs throughout our community.
How you can Help
Currently NEEC has $25,000 in Missouri tax credits available through the Neighborhood Assistance Program, which will leverage $50,000 in contributions to support the Early Intervention Services program. These credits are available until June 30, 2015. Qualified donations can be made to NEEC by check, or credit card. The minimum donation is $200.
Who can use NAP credits?
- Corporations (including S-Corporations and their individual shareholders)
- Insurance Companies
- Express Companies
- Banks and other financial institutions
- Partnerships (and their individual partners)
- Limited Liability Companies (and their individual members)
- Individuals who either:
- operate a sole proprietorship in Missouri
- operate a farm in Missouri, or
- have rental property in Missouri, or
- have royalty income in Missouri